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Title:
Unidentified
Author:
Costello, Matthew J. (Matthew John), 1948-
Edition:
Berkley edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Berkley Books, [2002]

©2002
Physical Description:
338 pages ; 18 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780425185179
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

As inexplicable horrors erupt around the world, humanity is about to be made extinct. The only hope for survival lies with those who must penetrate the very heart of evil: a peculiar house in the hills, sealed for years from outsiders by those in power, where an imprisoned force not of this world has waited an eternity to break free. (July)


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Booklist Review

In the heart of the mountains of northern Scotland sits a house under heavy guard. Inside are terrors beyond imagining, for in it one's worst nightmares can come true. Sophie MacDonald's father knew this, and he gave her a copy of his top-secret research to carry at all times. When she comes home from school to find him dead, Sophie knows that she must run. She goes first to her father's friend Henry, but when tragedy strikes again, she heads to Glasgow to find a former colleague of her father's. Meanwhile, in London, photographer Maddy Hodge gets word that her brother, Peter, disappeared while climbing in the mountains in Scotland. Traveling to Scotland, she learns that she might be the only one who can save Peter from the mysterious evils in . . . the house. And in the U.S., Elaina Dali is on the run after discovering a mysterious genetic code at a genetic research company. The three women's stories converge to reveal the secrets of the house in this exciting page-turner. --Kristine Huntley


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